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 ♪ [música rock] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (hombre) estaba en la calle de compras con una amiga, cuando llegamos estaba totalmente desorientada, la amiga nos contó que de pronto se puso a temblar y a gritar. por suerte ahora la presión es estable. (hombre 2) ¿llamaron a algún familiar? sí, llamamos, pero todavía no viene nadie. ♪ [música suave] ♪ hola, ¿qué tal? soy el doctor guzmán. ♪ necesito saber su nombre. por favor, ¿cómo se llama? ♪ julia. ♪ qué bueno, al fin voy a vender la casa, el mismo día de mi cumpleaños. (hombre) no, al día siguiente. ¿cómo al día siguiente? claro. ¿qué día es hoy? tres. ¿y yo cumplo el...? cuatro. entonces es cierto, es al día siguiente. claro. alberto, este año a mí me gustaría celebrar. me parece fantástico. un viaje. no, un viaje no te lo recomiendo, recibirás mucha plata y si te la gastas en un viaje no paras más, te lo digo por experiencia, cuando vendí la casa de mamá un año me duró la plata. porque eres un loco y gastas el dinero a manos llenas. sabes que siempre ha sido así. bueno,odo
mujer, ¿quién era? una tal rafaela bonaiuto, vive en la calle pisacane en el 25, es un milagro que no le haya disparado. ¿azúcar? sí, dos, gracias. señora bonaiuto, tengo que preguntarle, ¿cuál era el tipo de relación con el superintendente stefano lauria? ah, dios, ¿relaciones? ¿importa? sí, es importante. ninguna. bueno, vino aquí dos o tres veces, para ver a mi hermano. ¿a su hermano? sí, alfredo, alfredo nos dijo que tenía que ver a una persona con la máxima discreción y nos preguntó si podía hacerlo aquí. lo habré visto una vez, luego supe lo que le sucedió, lo siento, parecía una persona amable. me llamó la atención que comiera los mismos caramelos que mis hijos. ¿este es su hermano? ♪ sí, es él, ¿pero y esto? ¿dónde puedo encontrarlo? hace un tiempo que no lo veo, pero él es así, viaja mucho por su trabajo. ¿desde cuándo? ¿desde cuándo qué? ¿desde cuándo no lo ve? empecé a buscarlo desde cuánto supe de la muerte de su colega. [tocan a la puerta] toc, toc adelante. buenos días, chicos. (todos) buenos días. [susurrando] necesitamos a clau
no verás a tu hija. [alarma] tu, tu, tu listo, hay una salida que da a la calle lateral. ♪ ♪ (hombre) ¡rayos! [alarma] tu, tu, tu ♪ ♪ ¿y mi hija? [disparo] ¡pam! por allá, ¡vamos! ♪ [motor acelerando] ruaaaaa tenemos que irnos, ¡tenemos que nos! ¡tenemos que irnos ya! [hombre por teléfono] vientos moderados del noroeste... probabilidad de lluvias. ¿qué haces? escucho el pronóstico del tiempo. [hombre por teléfono] mar turbulento... siempre lo hago cuando estoy en un barco. giada y yo íbamos mucho al mar, nuestro padre nos llevaba, él era capitán. ¿ah, sí? sí. siempre nos decía que había que considerar el clima al navegar, ¿acaso hice mal? no. pero no toques la radio mientras nos ocultemos, además no nos moveremos de aquí, por ahora. sí, no había pensado en eso. prepararé algo de comer. sí. ♪ ♪ (giada) te dije que no había localizadores, nos siguieron. me habría dado cuenta, sabían exactamente a dónde íbamos. tú crees que fui yo quien le avisó a esa mujer, ¿no? ¡responde!, ¿ah? ¿ eso es lo que piensas? hay que volver a la central. ah
don pedro. oiga, ¿usted sabe dónde es la dirección? que es que se me ha traspapela'o. sí, en la calle castelló, 22. pues muy bien, voy a salir para allá, para dar el pésame a la familia de don pedro. muchas gracias, ¿eh? adiós, adiós. padre, le estamos esperando. va a confesar ¿o no? sí, sí, sí, ahora mismo voy. padre, ¿dónde está el lavabo? porque mire lo que ha pasa'o. pasa. ven. aquí hay uno. [telono timbrando] ¡riiin,riiin! ¿padre, la luz? eh... sí, sí. [teléfono timbra] ¡riiin! parroquia de san roque. dígame. ¡ay! eugenio, menos mal que te pillo, por favor tienes que venir corriendo a mi casa. eh... pero es que ahora no puedo ir. ¿qué te pasa? eugenio, que se me ha reventado una cañería y está saliendo agua por todas partes. por favor ven, que es que no sé qué hacer. eh... pero es que ahora es imposible, es que tengo que ir a confesar... eh... de verdad que no puedo. eugenio, por favor ven ya, si es que no hay ningún fontanero que quiera venir a estas horas y no sé qué hacer de verdad. ¿vas a venir o no? inés, tranquilízate. ¿qué es lo que te
says it all, it was call la boda of edwardo which i think mean he had's wedding and gave it to my wife and she read it. early on i got the sense you have to have a feeling for beauty and eight pages i know when a beautiful eight pages look like. it gets up to 80 or a hundred i lose the focus. >> rose: do you sometimes start out as a novel believing it's a novel and realizing es not. >> usually what happens it starts off to be a story and it's kind of a week of i'm there it's a novel. then another three months until it finally happened for me and at the three month period where you grow it and grow it and a moment of truth where you think if it is a novel it's a nine page novel and you shrink it down. >> rose: how is a short story both limiting as well as expanding. >> i think actually -- >> rose: what's magical about it. >> i think it's actually the limit that mock it magical. it's that sense of time passing. you look at a nine-page story and you know something magically is supposed to happen by page eight and-a-half. it's sort of the like jetally related to a joke. if i say a duck
florida, also known as the redneck riviera. some people call it l.a.-- lower alabama. we're very conservative. jerry falwell said my district was the most conservative district in america. i grew up in the southern baptist church with a lot of hunters. i lived in mississippi, we spent our summers in the woods. i can tell you, i grew up around hunters and guns and relatives that had shotguns in the back of their trucks and had guns in their houses and what stunned me was after newtown when i came out sighing enough is enough, the second amendment does not mean that survivalists have a right to carry around whatever assault weapon they want to carry around, i was shocked by the number of positive messages i got from the very conservatives, the hunters, the n.r.a. members, the southern baptists that i sat with in pews growing up that agreed with me 100%. i got a lot more response from conservatives, mainstream conservatives than i did even from liberals. so that's why i'm concerned about the republican party, whether they can really listen to wayne lapierre and follow the most extre
in afghanistan where he pursued a strategic of couerinsurgency. th assigent wod be his la in he military, an article called the run away general which appeared in rolling stone magazine in june 2010 forced his resignation. >> the war is bigger than any one man or woman, whether a private, a general or a president. as difficults a it is to lose general mcchrystal i believe it is the right thing to do for our security. the conguk in the recently published article does not meet the standard that should be set a commandgeneral. it under mines the civilian control of the military that is at the core on our democratic system. and it erodes the trust that's necessary for our team to work together to achieve our objectives in afghanistan. >> rose: i am pleased to have general stanley mcchrystal back at this table. welcome. >> thank you charlie. >> rose: i want to go from today to there and all the way back to west point. there has been an investigation of what happened in the conversation. what was the rest of that investigation? >> without the exact quote, and i do cover it in a book, the dep
like you. thank you. tavis: back now with part two of damon. his latest project is, once again, called "promised land." the film opens this month in new york and l.a., with more theaters on the way early next year. here now, a scene from "promised land." >> i grew up in a large farming community. football fides, tractor pulls, cow tipping, all of it. i am one of two guys in my graduating class who went to college to study something other than agriculture. the biggest fight my grandfather and i ever had. >> just the pride, i guess. >> no, it is delusional self mythology. we had a caterpillar plant down in davenport a few months away. the closed that doubt my junior year. i didn't think anything of it. by the time my senior prom rolled around, a gutsy just tell little there was to stand on. the truth was, without the plant, without the industry, we had nothing. and my whole town was -- i am not selling them natural gas. tavis: so you're trying to get rights to the land. this is a piece that you've written, as we established last what do you learn from that
humanity. i have an office in l.a., and i picked the second floor so i could, because they eat outsidement and coy just watch people eating, you know, yes, it's-- we have what we call-- you know. and ackers have what they call the phrase or the word behavior. movies are about and acting is about behavior. meaning it's not what you sa becse that's usually to disguise what you are really feeling in life. it's your behaviour or now we hear words like body language that gives you up. and it's the behavior of the person. i as an example, in midnight cowboy i read the book, and it's helpful when a script comes from a book because it tends to be more dimensional. and that was james willo hur i hee and it was a marvelous book and he described the character as being like a four wheels that were one of the wheels was missing in terms of the kindof lim and i was walking down the street in new york one day and i saw this guy limping. i thought that is an interesting limp. and i followed him. and this was near 42nd street. and i stopped behind him and i watched him. he was right there at the light a lo
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